“If an individual has an assault charge on their record, they’d be found inadmissible into the United States,” Chief Ron Smith of U.S. Customs and Border Protection told the Windsor Star. “There are ways to mitigate that, primarily through the Department of State, which issues visas. But under normal circumstances, initially, the individual would be inadmissible in the United States for the assault charge.”
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